If you want to eat your way to a happier, healthier you, then the granolas from The Happy Pear are for you! Now available in compostable pouches these tasty treats promise to nourish mind, body and soil!
Terms that describe packaging properties like “Compostable,” Biodegradable” and “Oxo-degradable” can be confusing. This guide will explain the distinctions, so next time you go to the shop or discuss the various approaches to solving the global challenge of plastic packaging, you’ll be fully equipped to do it!
Only nine percent of all plastic waste ever created in the world has been recycled. That’s nine percent of 6.3 billion tons of plastic! So, where lies the flaw in the system? Here are some points that help paint a picture.
The Sustainable Angle’s Future Fabrics Expo is the world’s grandest showcase of sustainable fashion innovation. TIPA® is proud to be a part of this growing and crucial community, who are working to turn the fashion market into a wholly sustainable industry!
Sun & Swell, a sustainable snack company based out of Santa Barbara, California, has decided that the packaging of their wholesome snacks needs to be as eco-friendly as the contents inside.
A thoughtful gift on Valentine’s Day is one of the best ways to show that you care – about the one who holds your heart, and about the one that nurtures us all, our Mother Earth.
The world has a plastic hoarding problem and compostable polymers were designed and developed in order to declutter our planet. We aim to achieve a circular economy, and recycling might not cut it.
Tea has been around for centuries. Tea-bags though are a surprisingly recent innovation, yet today account for 90% of the tea market in the United States and 96% in the United Kingdom. For the increasing number of consumers that don’t want plastic with their tea – sustainable tea is possible – from tea-bags to tea…
The major impact of the Chinese recycling ban has been to highlight that plastic trash poses an existential problem. Plans to improve legislation are being made in the wake of National Sword as we move closer toward a true circular economy.
In the world of fashion, green is the new black. The market for sustainable fashion has grown considerably in the 17 years since Stella McCartney first launched and proved that brands could be completely sustainable without losing fashion credibility. Consumers are increasingly demanding change because they are buying brands, not just for the product,…